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Lovato: Iggy track is amazing

Demi Lovato has revealed her collaboration with Iggy Azalea came together incredibly quickly, with the Australian singer agreeing to the collaboration before actually hearing the song.

Demi and Iggy delighted fans when they took to the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night to perform Demi’s song Cool For The Summer.

The pair also feature together on Kingdom, which features on Demi’s album Confident, and the singer has revealed just how quickly the collaboration with Iggy came together.

“When we finally made the decision of which songs were making the album I said ’OK I want her on this one.’ So I called her and was like, ’Hey will you do a song?’,” Demi told MTV. “And she’s like, ’Yeah sure I’ll go into the studio tonight.'”

“I was like, ’Do you want to hear it first?’ She’s like ’No it’s cool,'” Demi said. “I’m like you’re an amazing friend and I love you.”

Demi and Iggy have become so close over recent months that the Fancy singer even invited her pal to be a bridesmaid at her upcoming wedding to Nick Young.

And Demi is thrilled that her collaboration with Iggy came out so well, as their friendship translates incredibly well into song form.

“I was a fan of her before we were friends, so I feel like I knew what it would sound like,” she said. “And I was just excited to hear it back, it was so much more than I even expected.”

Demi, 23, revealed the sexy cover art for her new album a few days ago, on which she is photographed wearing a dominatrix-like outfit with a spiky shirt and black razor sharp fingernails.

The Former Disney star claims she wanted to go a little more Gothic with her new LP because she is experiencing a particularly fierce stage of life right now.

“The album is called Confident," she told ET Online earlier this month. "And I wanted something that was going to best represent the album title, where I'm at today and the music.

"I've never been more confident in my life and it was the perfect album title.”

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